Expanding presence: Cees de Wijs of Xerox.
Xerox is playing a leading part in the ITS World Congress this week through its presence in two executive, six special interest, and one technical session, as well as the company’s sponsorship of the VIP room. The company says it is using the event to underline its status as a global leader in business process and information technology services and the largest provider of mobility solutions to governments worldwide.
As Xerox points out, for over 40 years it has worked together with transportation clients in over 35 countries delivering reliable solutions. From fare collection, smart ticketing, on- and off-street parking through data mining to toll solutions, and from back-office processing to infrastructure installation, Xerox says it provides systems and services that help solve major transportation problems.
“Doing more for less is the focus of government and transportation agencies around the world, which means using intelligent solutions to improve operations and services” said Cees de Wijs, president for International Transportation and Government, Xerox who will be speaking on the topic at ITS World Congress. “At Xerox we combine our innovation and proven solutions to handle the complexities of modern integrated transport so that for operators and their customers transportation is made simple. The result is greater convenience, reliability and savings for users and governments and transportation agencies.”
Xerox points out that it invests around $1 billion on R&D every year and the latest innovation to emerge from its transportation scientists builds on the Xerox core competencies in device and personalised imaging, machine learning and data processing. The company claims its Xerox Licence Plate Recognition (XLPR) provides robust and much improved accuracy levels for all automated licence plate recognition applications including traffic management and safety, toll operations, access control and parking services.